Is video_ts.vob required?

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#1

i used dvd2one to make a 4.7gb dvd from a dvd-9 and i want to get rid of the video_ts.vob file because they are annoying. will a dvd work without video_ts.ifo, video_ts.bup, and video_ts.vob.

thanks


#2

Hello and welcome to the forum!:slight_smile:

The direct answer to your question is No.

But I’m puzzled. Why do you want to get rid of them? Very often they contain the menus, but even then, if you don’t want the menus and use DVD2One in the Movie Only mode, it will replace them with placeholder files that take up next to no space.

-Pete


#3

i think he might want to get rid of it cuz that’s where the warnings are located. if that’s the case, try looking into MenuEdit.


#4

yeah, AZImmortal youre right.
i always feel guilty seeing the warning screens.
but thanks for the link. menuedit works great.


#5

Hi,

I just burnt a DVD using Toast on my MAC. When I go to play using Apples DVD Player 4.0 I get this message “DVD Player encountered a system error Could not detect a valid media file. [-70001]” This is when I go to open the (VIDEO_TS) File.

When I incert the dvd it opens the program but the dvd will not play. When I place it into my home dvd player it works find.

Any help would be great!

Thanks.


#6

Originally posted by mp3man4
yeah, AZImmortal youre right.
i always feel guilty seeing the warning screens.
but thanks for the link. menuedit works great.

I kinda likehaving the Warning screen.